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Re: Capt. Clement Mobley
Posted by: Chad Barbry (ID *****4848) Date: December 11, 2004 at 00:04:17
In Reply to: Capt. Clement Mobley by Nancy Towns of 2268

I have some info for you about Clement Mobley, but it is most likely Clement Mobley (1746-aft 1834).

He and his son, Isiah, are buried in Kimbler Cemetery in Crawford County, AR. If you would like photos of the tombstones, you can see them at my web site (http://www.barbry.org/postnuke/html/modules/gallery/RevolutionaryGraves).

Don't take the relationships I stated as cold-hard facts, because I have not really researched it. But that is what I have found what little bit I have researched it (see http://sc-families.org/tree/I78.html).

One piece of info that the above site is missing is the date Isiah died. You might be interested to know that you can make it out on the tombstone picture as October 22, 1836.


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